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Old Jul 26, 2009, 12:55pm   #33
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Article on the state of UK finances.

Huge gilts row barely registers as the UK sleepwalks into stagnation - Telegraph
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Old Jul 27, 2009, 3:33pm   #34
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Important Intra Day Reversal On The SPY (Market). Could This Be More? Supports Noted

InTheMoneyStocks started this thread The market started slightly on the weaker side as earnings this morning were not great. In addition, as noted by chief market strategists, revenue continues to miss while earnings may beat. This tells us it is just cost cutting that is going on and not actually growth in sales. That is scary within 1 or 2 quarters as earnings may start to lag big time. At 10am ET, new homes sales came out up 11%. Monster number! However, the markets jumped initially, then fall hard and reversed. This may be a major reversal in progress. Be warned. Note the chart below shows the reversal. Each moving average and green trend line should be some intra day support. Stay tuned for further updates.

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Old Jul 27, 2009, 3:35pm   #35
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Important Intra Day Reversal On The SPY (Market). Could This Be More? Supports Noted

InTheMoneyStocks started this thread The market started slightly on the weaker side as earnings this morning were not great. In addition, as noted by chief market strategists, revenue continues to miss while earnings may beat. This tells us it is just cost cutting that is going on and not actually growth in sales. That is scary within 1 or 2 quarters as earnings may start to lag big time. At 10am ET, new homes sales came out up 11%. Monster number! However, the markets jumped initially, then fall hard and reversed. This may be a major reversal in progress. Be warned. Note the chart below shows the reversal. Each moving average and green trend line should be some intra day support. Stay tuned for further updates.
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Old Jul 29, 2009, 4:34pm   #36
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The Markets Continue To Astound And Blow The Mind

InTheMoneyStocks started this thread The markets have seen some ugly news over the last few days. Today was no different. Durable goods orders were not pretty but the real kicker was crude inventories. Crude oil got punished on inventory numbers sending XOM (Exxon Mobil) into a tail-spin to the downside. In addition, GS (Goldman Sachs) was smacked hard trading down over $3 at its lows. All major components of the market looked to be getting hacked hard, but the markets were barely negative. In addition, China got crushed for a 5% drop on the Shanghai Index off InTheMoneyStocks.com's pivot call...but again, the markets are barely negative. What is going on? Makes this trader truly question the validity of our markets and whether or not there is an external force keeping things afloat on purpose. Could it be? This has happened many days in a row, the major stocks in the indexes get crushed and the markets barely drop. This trader continues to scalp the market but is starting to question whether or not we are in true market any longer. Could other forces be at work here? If so, this market can only be propped higher for so long until it all collapses. The more propping, the harder the fall. Stay tuned and join the Research Center to get premium education, guidance and picks. For reference, just today, the call went out for a bounce on the dollar, a drop on crude oil and a major pivot turn in China. 3 for 3, home runs! Enjoy

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Old Jul 31, 2009, 3:02am   #37
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Great article thanks!
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Old Jul 31, 2009, 5:23am   #38
 
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Old Jul 31, 2009, 8:17am   #39
 
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Is there a cycle value for the repeating of vacuous nonsense?

Or is this slow-burn spam, since the same post has been cut and pasted twice?

Mods: I suggest this thread is merged with the exact same one started a few days ago.
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There's certainly a cycle that makes my missus grumpy 7 days out of 28.

Does it effect my trading ? Hell yes.
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